SALOMÉ I

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SALOMÉ I, and its sister painting Salomé II produced in 2000, demonstrate the infinite power of control and manipulation
which can be achieved when sexual desire is brought into play. The mesmerising attraction of Salomé, the use of metaphor
and symbolism in Oscar Wilde’s tragedy in one act written in 1891, is exceptional.

‘They say love has a bitter taste.’

Oil on canvas 60×40 inches.

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  • DIGITAL PAINTING
    PALM MYSTERY
  • DIGITAL PAINTING
    LANDSCAPE WITH RECLINING FIGURE - HENRY MOORE
  • DIGITAL PAINTING
    HOMAGE TO HEPWORTH
  • DIGITAL PAINTING
    PINK POOL PARTY
  • DIGITAL PAINTING
    ALL WALKS OF LIFE
  • WATERCOLOUR
    HOMMAGE A YVES ET PIERRE
  • OILS
    SALOMÉ I
  • SALOMÉ II
  • WATERCOLOUR
    MAJORELLE FANTAISIE
  • OILS
    DOUBLE PORTRAIT. SARAH.

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